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‘Ban the Orange Order’

dundonald.jpg A wave of revulsion at chanting about the murder of a young Catholic bride on her honeymoon has brought pressure for the Orange Order to be treated alongside other racist and supremacist groups.

Published June 9, 2022



Mayhem feared as Tories turn against Johnson

johnsonvote.jpg The peace process in Ireland could be sabotaged by Boris Johnson’s desperate attempts to regain the support of far-right backbenchers after he narrowly survived a no-confidence vote of Tory MPs.

Published June 9, 2022



Legacy bill ‘hopelessly incompatible with human rights’

justiceprotest0522.jpg High-level protests are continuing over legislation currently being fast-tacked through Westminster to shut down investigations and provide an amnesty for Britain’s war criminals in Ireland.

Published June 9, 2022



Sinn Féin honours Queen of England

oneillwindsor.jpg Sinn Féin vice president Michelle O’Neill has expressed her respect and admiration for the Queen of England as her party denounced criticism from nationalists and republicans with the message “the haters are not the future”.

Published June 9, 2022



Coroner ‘startled’ by British failure to reply on files

hughconey.jpg A coroner examining the death of a man shot during a prison break has expressed concern at the ongoing failure by the Attorney General in London to respond to a request for files related to the case.

Published June 9, 2022



BBC insults in coverage of Jubilee

flagjubilee.jpg The Irish tricolour flag was used in a live televised video montage to represent countries under British rule at Buckingham Palace on Saturday.

Published June 9, 2022



Unionists object to reminder of colonial past

plantationmap.jpg Unionist indignation at the public use of the word ‘planter’ by visiting US politician Richard Neal has highlighted their denial of the history of settler colonisation in the north of Ireland.

Published June 1, 2022



Stormont Assembly again fails to elect new speaker

dupgivanstormont.jpg Questions are being raised over the future of the Stormont Assembly after unionists once again blocked the installation of an Assembly Speaker and a First Minister.

Published June 1, 2022



Gun attack points to loyalist infighting

udamural1200.jpg There are reports that a loyalist feud may have reignited in north Belfast following the attempted murder of an associate of a prominent loyalist.

Published June 1, 2022



Polls show boost for Sinn Féin, Irish unity

redcpoll.jpg An opinion poll has shown support for Sinn Féin in the 26 Counties has surpassed the combined vote of the two main government parties, Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael, for the first time.

Published June 1, 2022



Marley family to get day in court

larrymarley600.jpg The family of assassinated Belfast republican Larry Marley have described a High Court date as a boost to the family’s campaign for justice.

Published June 1, 2022



False narrative for killing faces court challenge

seamussimpson.jpg Relatives of an IRA Volunteer shot dead by a British soldier in west Belfast more than 50 years ago are suing the British Ministry of Defence over the false claim that he was throwing a weapon.

Published June 1, 2022



Red letter day for the Irish language

ladearg.jpg A new sense of empowerment was evident in the largest ever demonstration for Irish language rights in Belfast last weekend, as up to 20,000 people demanded overdue legislation to protect the rights of Irish speakers under British rule.

Published May 26, 2022



US politicians intervene to protect Good Friday Agreement

delegationtruss.jpg An international furore has erupted following the decision of Britain’s Foreign Secretary Liz Truss to introduce legislation at Westminster last week to unilaterally alter the Brexit deal. The European Union has again warned that “action calls for reaction”.

Published May 26, 2022



Legacy ‘bill of shame’ getting rushed into law

coffinlegacy.jpg A coffin was carried to Downing Street by relatives of victims of the conflict as protests increased at British government legacy plans which amount to yet another breach of the Good Friday peace Agreement.

Published May 26, 2022



Family’s concern at Tory bid to shut down legal options

patrickmcveigh1200.jpg The daughter of a Catholic man killed by an undercover British army unit 50 years ago this month has said his killing tore her family apart.

Published May 26, 2022



Strip-searches of children condemned

psnipinnedkid.jpg The PSNI has strip-searched children on 34 occasions last year with the overwhelming majority of the searches finding nothing, it has been revealed.

Published May 26, 2022



Loyalist disturbances in north Belfast

bonfiresitenewlodge.jpg Homes and businesses in the Oldpark area of north Belfast have been attacked by loyalists throwing bricks, bottles and timber.

Published May 26, 2022



Britain lurches from ‘law, law’ to ‘war, war’

johnsonthales.jpg Fears of a trade war and renewed conflict in the north of Ireland have increased dramatically after the British government this week tore up the Irish Protocol of Brexit in a flagrant breach of international law.

Published May 19, 2022



Outrage as details of amnesty bill emerge

ballymurphyprotest.jpg There has been intense anger at British government plans to introduce an amnesty from conflict prosecutions from which former political prisoners would be disbarred.

Published May 19, 2022

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